Sariwon Korean Barbecue

Complimentary towelettes, tea, and appetizers

Deungsim Yangnyeom Bulgogi PHP 495
"Honey marinated slices of USDA choice beef grilled at the table. Served with freshly made sweet potato noodles."

Haemul Pajeon PHP 350
"A traditional Korean pancake made with squid, shrimp, oysters, and green onion."

Dolsot-Bibimbap PHP 380
"A popular variation of bibimbap served piping hot in a sizzling stone pot."

Dwaeji Galbi PHP 350
"Juicy grilled pork loin, savory and delicious."

Curly lettuce to wrap the Dwaeji Galbi in and spicy sauce

Sikhye PHP 60 (Given to us as complimentary)
"A traditional sweet drink home made with malt and rice. Nutritious and refreshing!"


Description (taken from their Facebook page)
   Sariwon has become synonymous with serving legendary Bulgogi since its beginnings in 1938. The restaurant was established by grandmother Mrs. Bun-Im Koo from the town of Sariwon in North Korea, who developed an extraordinary broth recipe for Korean traditional beef barbecue or Bulgogi. Made from 12 different kinds of fruits and vegetables and prepared in complete disregard of sugar, it was created
with love for her diabetic husband.

   Mrs. Koo opened her first restaurant with twenty seats serving friends and neighbors. More than seventy years and two generations later, Sariwon has grown into a powerful, multi-awarded presence in South Korea with its main branch having over 500 square meters and 350 seats. Awarded "Best Korean Restaurant" by the Seoul Metropolitan Government, Sariwon's perennial popularity and devoted following are a tribute to Mrs. Koo revolutionizing the traditional art of Bulgogi. Aside from the best-selling bulgogi, Sariwon is also famed for its galbi or barbecued beef short ribs, with the New York Times proclaiming it as “the most tender and succulent in Seoul.”

   Finally coming to Manila, Filipinos now have the opportunity to enjoy Sariwon's delicious and authentic Bulgogi and Galbi, in honor of Mrs. Koo's lasting legacy.

*WiFi is available for customers

Sariwon Korean Barbecue
Address: East Block, Bonifacio High Street Central, 7th Ave. corner 29th St., Taguig City (in between Nolita and Geisha)
Telephone No.: 621-3205
Mobile No.: (0922)535-2446

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